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Exploring the Systemic Risk of Domestic Banks with ΔCoVaR and Elastic-Net

We analyze the systemic risk of Italian banks with the ΔCoVaR from a bivariate normal GARCH model. The results show that it is a good measure of systemic risk and is applicable to the ranking of Italian other systemically important institutions.


The Importance of Board Risk Oversight in Times of Crisis

This study investigates the relationship between board risk oversight practices at financial institutions in the EU and systemic risk during the sovereign debt crisis. More specifically, we examine whether European banks and insurance companies …


Does Experience of Banking Crises Affect Trust in Banks?

This paper investigates how past experience with banking crises influences an individual’s trust in banks. We combine data on banking crises for the period 1970–2014 with individual data on trust in banks for 52 countries. We find that …

03-09-2021 Open Access

Real Estate Markets and Lending: Does Local Growth Fuel Risk?

Real estate price growth affects credit risk for several reasons: it provides input for economic forecasts as it’s closely tied to economic growth; when used as collateral by banks, rising real estate prices may decrease both expected and actual …


Worker Incentives in the Banking Industry

This study shows that monetary incentives together with performance disclosures lead to significant increases in effort and productivity in the multi-branch banking industry. Our results are based on an incentivized credit card campaign run by a …

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The Journal of Financial Services Research publishes high quality empirical and theoretical research on the demand, supply, regulation, and pricing of financial services. Financial services are broadly defined to include banking, risk management, capital markets, mutual funds, insurance, venture capital, consumer and corporate finance, and the technologies used to produce, distribute, and regulate these services. Macro-financial policy issues, including comparative financial systems, the globalization of financial services, and the impact of these phenomena on economic growth and financial stability, are also within the JFSR’s scope of interest. The Journal seeks to promote research that enriches the profession’s understanding of financial services industries, to elevate industry and product efficiencies, as well as to inform the debate and promote the formulation of sound public policies.

Officially cited as: J Financ Serv Res

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